In the Swan's Shadow: Spring Pardessus. Harper's Magazine, April 1864.  Civil War Era Fashion Plate

In the Swan's Shadow: Spring Pardessus. Harper's Magazine, April 1864. Civil War Era Fashion Plate

Home dress ; Medallion under-sleeve ; Lace under-sleeve. 1860 Harper's Magazine

Home dress ; Medallion under-sleeve ; Lace under-sleeve. 1860 Harper's Magazine

"The Third-Term Panic," by Thomas Nast, was originally published in "Harper's Magazine" in 1874 and is considered the point when the donkey and elephant came to symbolize the two parties.

"The Third-Term Panic," by Thomas Nast, was originally published in "Harper's Magazine" in 1874 and is considered the point when the donkey and elephant came to symbolize the two parties.

Serenbe Farms information and recipe card by SeeMeDesign.  Photography by Ali Harper Photography. Writing by Danny Solomon Bonvissuto.

Serenbe Farms information and recipe card by SeeMeDesign. Photography by Ali Harper Photography. Writing by Danny Solomon Bonvissuto.

To celebrate 150 years of Fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar, the Empire State Building Projects Fashion Images Over Manhattan that lit up the city.

To celebrate 150 years of Fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar, the Empire State Building Projects Fashion Images Over Manhattan that lit up the city.

Trademark Art "Harper's Magazine May, 1897" by Edward Penfield Vintage Advertisement on Wrapped Canvas Size: 24" H x 16" W x 2" D

"Harper's Magazine May, 1897" by Edward Penfield Vintage Advertisement on Wrapped Canvas

Trademark Art "Harper's Magazine May, 1897" by Edward Penfield Vintage Advertisement on Wrapped Canvas Size: 24" H x 16" W x 2" D

Andy Warhol letter to Russell Lynes, 1949. Harper's Magazine records kept by managing editor Russell Lynes, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Andy Warhol letter to Russell Lynes, 1949. Harper's Magazine records kept by managing editor Russell Lynes, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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